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Dr. Caplan also condemned a comparison by the lead plaintiff in the Houston case, Ms. Bridges, between hospital workers and Nazi concentration camp prisoners. He suggested that the hospital employees who refused to get vaccinated would be better off in a different line of work.
“Health care workers have 3 special ethical responsibilities,” Dr. Caplan said. “One is protect the vulnerable, people who are really at risk of a disease. Secondly, put patient interests for first. It doesn’t say, ‘put your choice first.’ Third, they’re supposed to do no harm.”
@jesus_jimz Arthur Caplan, a professor of medical ethics at the New York University Grossman School of Medicine, said the vaccine requirement was no different than other mandates for health care workers, like getting an annual flu shot, keeping up with immunizations and wearing hairnets.
Kudos to @GoLocalProv for asking @SenWhitehouse (an outspoken critic of systematic racism) about his decades-long membership at the all-white Bailey’s Beach Club in Newport, Rhode Island — which has a roster of affluent members from Newport, Palm Beach & New York. https://t.co/s1nPos2bMf
UPDATE: @SenWhitehouse's staff says the beach club "has had & has members of color," & "has no such restrictive policy." They didn't answer questions seeking specifics, nor why he said the club is "still working on" accepting people of color, "& I’m sorry it hasn't happened yet" https://t.co/YWWWwlRlTo
“My husband and I decided we weren’t going to stand by and take down our flag because somebody, I feel, was offended by the flag in our community,” Mike Ferrari said. “Ten dollars, $50, $100 a day — it’s staying up.” By @mlevenson and @gettinviggy https://t.co/2uoEyMnadT